Infinix Zero 5G Pictured in the Real World; Dimensity 900, 120Hz Screen, and 33W Charging

Faisal Rasool

Infinix Zero 5G, the brand’s first 5G phone, has been featured in several piecemeal leaks over the past weeks. We’ve seen unofficial product mockups and even some certifications for the upcoming sibling of the Infinix Zero X Pro. But the phone’s details largely remained a mystery until now. 

Folks over at XDADevelopers published a report on the Infinix Zero 5G. It includes some specifications. But most notably, the post showcases real photographs of the phone. We’re given three different previews of the phone — all perfectly line up with the product mockups that preceded this leak.

The Zero 5G is modeled after the OPPO Find X3 Pro. We’re looking at a similar mirror-polished shell and the one-piece camera island sculpted from it.

The housing, featuring three lenses and two flashes, seamlessly melts into the casing. the upcoming member of the Infinix price list is finished in at least one gray-black tone. Turn the phone over to find an O-hole cutout in the display, flanked by a weighty chin.

XDADevelopers is unsure if the screen is an IPS LCD or an OLED panel. But a different source has noted it’s a 6.67” AMOLED. It’s flat, tall, and refreshes at a responsive 120Hz rate. The primary rear camera has a 50MP sensor behind it. Everything runs the MediaTek Dimensity 900 5G. The System-on-Chip is built on a 6nm TSMC node.

The Zero 5G is powered by a 5000 mAh and 33W charging support. 8GB of memory and 128GB of storage rounds off the internal setup. Android 11 runs on this hardware.


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